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N-omega-phosphoarginine hydrolase

N-omega-phosphoarginine hydrolase

(Science: enzyme) rat liver enzyme hydrolyzes n-omega-phosphoarginine into arginine and inorganic phosphate; does not act on any of the other substrates of phosphoamidase

Registry number: EC 3.9.1.-

Synonym: n-p-arg hydrolase, n(omega)-phosphoarginine phosphatase


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